New Zofran Lawsuits and Settlements Article Helps Women Seeking Compensation For Zofran Birth Defects
The Medical Compensation Help Team has released a new article on Zofran Lawsuits to help women whose children suffered birth defects associated with Zofran.
In the Zofran case, the drug was prescribed to pregnant women even though it had never been tested for safety during pregnancy.
The new Zofran lawsuits and settlements article aims to provide hard-to-find information to women affected by Zofran birth defects. There are quite a few mentions of the Department of Justice lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline, the maker of Zofran, including the $3 billion lawsuit settlement, but the specifics aren’t easy to locate.
When women try to find out the details about that suit, they often come up empty-handed. Yet it is those details that would be especially helpful to women considering whether to file a lawsuit to get compensation.
The article on the Zofran lawsuit and settlement by the Medical Compensation Help Team aims to provide those details. It explains in plain language what’s behind the settlement, and the full scope of it, including other drugs. It also explains how this settlement fits into the context of other settlements of DOJ cases against drug manufacturers.
Physicians are allowed to prescribe drugs off-label, but they are not to be influenced or encouraged to do so by drug manufacturers. In fact, any attempts by the drug manufacturer at influencing physicians including incentives or kickbacks to get physicians to prescribe drugs off-label are illegal.
The article explains the reason for the prohibition behind the incentivized off-label prescriptions. In the Zofran case, the drug was prescribed to pregnant women even though it had never been tested for safety during pregnancy. And there’s a reason for the lack of testing in pregnant women: medications can pose severe danger to the unborn child - and all too often result in birth defects.
Getting this important background information can help women get compensated for the birth defects of their babies that are associated with Zofran. However, it is important to go about the process of seeking such compensation correctly.
The Medical Compensation Help Team has created a special report to help them avoid critical mistakes that can potentially sabotage their Zofran compensation case.
Here’s what lawyer Wayne O’Bryan, a key member of the Medical Compensation Help Team had to say: “Avoiding those mistakes is crucial when it comes to improving ones chances of getting compensation for birth defect injuries caused by Zofran.” He also urged affected mothers to seek competent legal advice quickly to avoid missing important deadlines.
The article about the specifics of the DOJ Zofran settlement and the special report on the seven mistakes to avoid when seeking compensation for Zofran birth defects are available at no cost from the following website: http://www.antinauseadrugbirthdefects.com
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